William Strickland architect and engineer 1788-1854. Enlarged edition.
New York, 1950 (facsimile reprint Da Capo Press 1969).
4to. (2)+xviii+145+(3)pp, photo frontis, 50 photo plates, also (40)pp supplement at end. Publisher’s cloth. John James’s copy.
The recognised study of the Philadelphia-based architect William Strickland, widely known for his Greek Revival-style public buildings and for his involvement in canal and railway engineering on the late 1820s. It was first published in 1950 and this 1969 facsimile reprint includes three later articles by the author updating her original text.